Posts Tagged ‘Lync’

Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 8 (part 8)

Are we done so soon? Well, for me this seemed all too quick but it looks like we’re in the last phase in your migration to Skype for Business Server 2019! If you are joining us for the first time, I highly recommend you check our Phases 1-7 here, as this article won’t make much […]

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Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 7 (part 7)

Welcome back! Or if you’re new, then welcome! In yesterday’s blog we discussed Phase 6 which included moving from a pilot to a production deployment. Today we work on sealing the deal by going over our post-migration tasks. The list of tasks is pretty extensive but we’ll be sure to cover each one in detail […]

Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 6 (part 6)

Hello again! Welcome back to Phase 6 of 8 in our migration to Skype for Business Server 2019. Last time we added the Edge Server role to our deployment. In this blog we’ll be making the big move from pilot to production! Don’t be scared though, because we’ll be discussing everything you’ll need to set […]

Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 5 (part 5)

Welcome back for Phase 5! In phase 4 we moved some users over to the pilot pool. Today we’ll be taking things a step further by deploying an Edge Server role in our pilot pool. If you haven’t seen the blog articles on Phases 1-4, you can check them out here! However, if you’ve been […]

Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 4 (part 4)

We’re half way there! Today we discuss phase 4 of 8 on our migration to Skype for Business Server 2019. In this article we’ll be discussing moving test users to your pilot pool that you have already, planned, prepared, and deployed! If you are just tuning in for the first time, check out my blog […]

Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 3 (part 3)

Hi there! Welcome back to part 3 of 8 in our migration to Skype for Business Server 2019! In the last two phases we planned and prepared for the migration. This time, we’ll get our hands dirty by taking our first steps in deploying the Skype for Business Server 2019 pilot pool. Also, if you […]

Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 2 (part 2)

Welcome back! Today we’ll be discussing the second phase of your migration to Skype for Business Server 2019. If you are just joining us for the first time I’d recommend back tracking to my Phase 1 blog article. In the first phase we planned and now in this phase we will begin preparing for the […]

Migration to Skype for Business Server 2019 – Phase 1 (part 1)

Skype for Business Server 2019 was recently released for preview on 7/24/18. With this release comes a plethora of information on what is included in this revision, what changes were made, and possibly the most important thing, how to migrate from Lync Server 2013 or Skype for Business Server 2015 to Skype for Business Server […]

Skype for Business – Controlling Contact Privacy Options

By default in Skype for Business, any two users (internal or external) who can communicate with each other can also see each other’s presence information. Some organizations may want to give their end users control on who they want to see their presence information. This can be configured through a feature called Privacy Mode, and […]

New Skype for Business Client Released for macOS!

Great news for enterprise Mac users – this week, out of Redmond: the new Skype for Business client for macOS has been released and is available for download! If you’re a business Mac user (or if you support Mac users), and currently use Lync Server, Skype for Business Server, or Skype for Business Online as […]

Office 365 Change Management

Through the web, in-print, and from subject matter experts you can find many materials, scenarios, and use cases on how to migrate to Office 365. It is likely that your unique situation has been partly documented somewhere or an external resource can ease your mind as you begin to evaluate unplugging on-premises hardware. Don’t forget […]

Controlling Skype4B Application Sharing Bandwidth

In a previous blog post I talked about how administrators and architects should place more emphasis on planning for application sharing bandwidth in their Skype4B deployments.  Armed with that information, the next logical progression of this blog series continues the focus on application sharing and discusses the available methods within Skype4B to manage and control […]

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